Waterfalls always attract people from all over the country and around the world, and Boti Falls is no different. Located at Boti in the Eastern Region of Ghana, 17km northeast of Koforidua, is a Ghana attraction with a history. According to history, Boti Falls is a twin waterfall, specifically male and female which represents the upper and lower falls.
The locals believe that when the volume of water from the falls becomes high, it means the two falls are mating, so a mating ceremony is organised. A rainbow is usually formed during the ceremony when there is a continuous splashing of water.
Boti falls takes its course from a river known locally as Pompon. History has it that the fall was hidden in the forest until it was discovered by a white Catholic Priest.
Boti is seasonal falls, a double side-by-side falls during the high flow and at the bottom of 250 concrete steps. During full flow, you are surrounded by a canyon of falling water. It can be found in the forest of Huhunya. The larger one is mythically believed to be the male and the smaller one is the female.
A visit to Boti is actually a three-in-one pack: the umbrella rock, the three-headed palm tree and, of course, the falls themselves. It is the most visited fall in the Eastern Region.
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